How to Fix Unresponsive Touch Screen Issue in Redmi Note 11 Pro

How to fix an unresponsive touch screen issue in Redmi Note 11 Pro? How to fix the touch screen not working? Many electronic devices such as cell phones, music players, and portable game systems have a touch screen. When a touch screen fails, it does not respond when you click it with your finger or a stylus. This can happen for many reasons, such as a screen protector, dust, or improper calibration. You can often fix this by wiping the Unresponsive Touch Screen or resetting the device, but other solutions are outlined in this tutorial if that doesn’t solve the problem.

How to Fix Redmi Note 11 Pro Touch Screen Not Working

How to Fix Unresponsive Touch Screen Issue in Redmi Note 11 Pro

Check the below possible tricks to fix the touch screen problem on Redmi Note 11 Pro.

Trick 1: Try to Boot into Safe Mode to Check the Downloaded App Causing the Problem

Step 1: Long-Click on the Power button and power off your Redmi device.

Step 2: Press the Power + Volume button simultaneously a few times.

Step 3: When the Xiaomi logo appears, release the powers a button and continue to tap the Volume up button until the menu appears on the screen.

Step 4: Use the Volume down and Volume up buttons to select the Safe mode option.

Step 5: Your Redmi device will restart, and you will see a safe mode watermark at the bottom of the screen.

Trick 2: Reboot your Device

Step 1: Power off your Redmi device.

Step 2: Click the Power and Volume up buttons simultaneously. Release the power key first when you see the company logo.

Trick 3: Factory Reset or Hard Reset using Power & Volume Button

Make sure to back up your important data before performing a hard reset on your Redmi Note 11 Pro. It will remove all your Redmi device data.

Step 1: Make sure to Power off your Redmi Note 11 Pro.

Step 2: Long touch the Power key and Volume up the key at the same time until appearing Redmi logo.

Use the Volume up & down keys to choose the option and the power button to apply them.

Step 3: Choose Wipe Data and Wipe all Data.

Step 4: Choose Confirm option.

Step 5: Choose Back to the main menu and select Reboot.

Step 6: Choose Reboot to the system to turn on Redmi Note 11 Pro.

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